Eventually we showered and had some of the world's ugliest pancakes, made by me of course, and then headed out--a little after noon. We stopped by our favorite little hippy Rock Art place, the girls got some souvenirs, and I took a few pics.
For some reason, the tiny little Hindu Gods, $5 each, really spoke to me.
After Rock Art, we dropped clothes at the local laundromat, went by Cadillac Mountain Sports and bought Hannah a new helmet and some new riding glasses, put our clothes in the drier, and then headed for Mount Desert Island and a round of Pirate Mini Golf.
One thing about Pirate Mini-Golf--loser gets a free ice cream.
We capped the day with a stop at the local winery and wine tasting. Surprisingly, Sally and I both really liked the Red Zinfandel they had, a spicy, full-bodied concoction made with thick-skinned grapes and somehow fermented with the grape skins still on! Good stuff, that, but sadly, I didn't take any pictures there.
We may well head up to Bangor today because its raining and foggy today, but I'm really not sure yet. Guess we'll see.